Do you also think Breath of The Wild or Okami are mobile games?
"Better" is a relative term, but I do agree that the character models STYLE looks better in MUA3 than in Avengers (pseudo realistic cosplay characters)
You don't need to alter your voice in order to act.
Except it doesnt look like that. They could have done that armour and it would have been fine. They went with two clashing styles on the amour and helmet and it came out looking like C3PO had sex with a Cyberman and created that abomination.
It's not a question of art style, as MUA3 looks generic as all heck... it just was not well made. The models aren't well made at all and the effects are the kinda things you would find for spells on kemco 3d RPGs on Android.
More like Marvel Games. Disney don't really get involved with Marvel outside of the movies, which they distribute.
Yeah the armor itself looks ok but the helmet FACEPLATE looks off. Too thin. Mark III-43 regular faceplate width would help a lot to the overall aesthetic.
If the MCU movies didn’t exist, the characters would probably look better since they wouldn’t be attempting to recreate themInsomniac's Spider-Man could obviously get away with changing Spidey's face because he's had three separate actors in the past two decades. We're totally used to not having a set Peter Parker.
The Avengers, on the other hand, have never been relevant in live-action outside the MCU, so changing their faces while keeping them realistic is going to be weird. But either way, Spider-Man 2019 and Square Enix's Avengers game both look excellent. It's literally just that disconnect factor with the faces.
The Ultimate Alliance game is basically a phone game, like I'm not even sure how you can do the comparison. It looks unbelievably cheap. If the MCU movies didn't exist, people would be losing their minds over how cool the Avengers game looks.
Oh. I see your point. I was focusing on the 3D models themselves, not the rest of the effects, assets, physics, etc.
I mean, the hard truth is that there's not a huge group of people who like Marvel outside of the movies. So they're stuck in a predicament of trying to capture those people people watch the films.More like Marvel Games. Disney don't really get involved with Marvel outside of the movies, which they distribute.
At this point, I'm just thinking that it's mandated that they need to follow MCU designs and influences, considering the cartoon, comics and games.
Yeah, I just don't think it's fair to hold that against the actors. Their voice is their voice. They can't help it if some people associate their voice with other characters. If their acting is strong enough and the writing is interesting enough, that feeling should hopefully disappear on its own after a while regardless.
Looks like all the MUA games I played before, maybe they are keeping with the same style. Oh mobile game, so better graphics =better game.
What about the models in MUA3 constitute them not being "well-made"?
This is where im at with SE avengers game. Nothing got me excited but ill keep my eye on this gamethis was it for me, more than the faces. it's really unfair to the game that my brain spent the whole trailer genuinely expecting to hear the MCU voices, but that's what happened. every syllable of not-hemsworth felt bizarre out of thor.
I assume if i buy the game it'll go away in an hour of game-time.
sorry, SE Avengers looks like a fucking SyFY movie parody. They really dropped the ball on the characters and some design choices on that game. Again, Amazing Spiderman 2(SE Avengers) vs Into the Spiderverse (MAU3) is where i'm at right now on pure style and interest. could change of course.
That and the fact that the game director and even their lead design said that they are taking the criticisms seriously and they are going to fix it makes me more confident that they will be able to deliver next year. From Insomniac’s Marvel Spider-Man James Stevenson minutes ago on the Avengers game thread:
Seems couple of outlets have the same thinking too.
The lead design in that Q&A also said that everything we’ve seen so far is pre-alpha. With the backlash and how much money is involved in this, I think it’s safe to assume that they will work their asses off to deliver the best game possible.The demo looks really fun and each of the characters felt pretty distinct even just while watching.
They have a lot of dev time left so can’t wait to see where they end up.
Should hold off on your doubt until they are ready to show the gameplay cause it seems like it’ll be a metric load of fun. I had a grin on my face throughout the gameplay.
That's great to hear.That and the fact that the game director and even their lead design said that they are taking the criticisms seriously and they are going to fix it makes me more confident that they will be able to deliver next year. From Insomniac’s Marvel Spider-Man James Stevenson minutes ago on the Avengers game thread:
The lead design in that Q&A also said that everything we’ve seen so far is pre-alpha. With the backlash and how much money is involved in this, I think it’s safe to assume that they will work their asses off to deliver the best game possible.